Heather Heyer: An American Patriot

        William Lewis Moore a postman from Baltimore was shot and killed during a one-man march against segregation. Rev. Bruce Klunder was a civil rights activist who protested the building of a segregated school and was crushed to death when a bulldozer backed over him. Andrew Goodman … Continue reading

‘Assassin’s Screed’, or Why Ted Nugent Fears Me Part ii.

We have achieved a moment in which the two polarities occupy two incompatible competing “realities” — “real,” save for the fact that one reality is buttressed almost entirely with made-up facts and “fake news.” Oh, and projection. Not difficult to figure out which is which. Continue reading

‘Assassin’s Screed’, or Why Ted Nugent Fears Me Part i.

Ten years of terrifying craven coward Ted Nugent? Quite an accomplishment, and one of which this blog is justifiably proud. And Nugent managed to threaten assassination multiple times in the succeeding decade himself as a Google search will quickly show. Continue reading

The Brightest Unlit Candles in the Room

In a nation that took down Dan Rather’s journalism career over proportional spacing on a standard IBM office typewriter of the late 1960s, that spent years in the fake scandal that Obama was born in KENYA (though he’d still be his mother’s child and a natural US citizen — oops) … we’re still THAT easily conned? Continue reading

Washington’s Birthday 2017

Washington, ironically, set the bar on torture (We don’t torture. Period) during the Revolutionary War, and until mad George the Third and Dick “Darth” Cheney usurped the White House, that WAS American policy for more than two centuries. Lucky for Trump, Rupert gave everyone “24” and Jack Bauer proved time and again that in a modern age, the niceties of NOT torturing prisoners, casual acquaintances and TV viewers were not luxuries that a constantly-peeing-their-pants-in-fear America could afford. Continue reading

Happy Residents Day, or, I’ll Take Lincoln

You know, there was a good civic REASON for those birthdays. Washington’s story is fortitude, perseverance and INTEGRITY. Lincoln is fortitude, patience and HONESTY. We WANT to celebrate those qualities. We NEED to celebrate those qualities. Citizenship is not easy, but self-governance is preferable to dictatorship, and we chose at Lexington and Concord to govern ourselves. Continue reading

Celebrities Urge Congress to Obstruct Trump

A group of Hollywood celebrities who banded together before the election in support of Hillary Clinton, have re-grouped for the purpose of being Against Trump… From Variety: Humanity for Progress, the successor to the group Humanity for Hillary, unveiled a video directed by Liz Garbus and featuring Sally Field, Jeffrey … Continue reading